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With the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ Birmingham offer under way, many restaurants are giving diners up to 50% off their bill every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday until August 31

It only applies to food or soft drinks and gives a maximum discount of £10 per person each time you dine or drink in. But remember, there’s no limit to the number of times you can use the offer during August so maybe it’s the ideal time to book into that restaurant you’ve been longing to try.

Gino D’Acampo My Restaurant

One of the hottest new restaurants in the city centre, this stylish eatery from the TV chef needed to be booked weeks in advance before the lockdown. With delicious Italian favourites, tapas style snacks and Real Neapolitan pizza, finally secure that booking for the lavish dining room or at the 25m cocktail bar – and all with a discount. Find out more at the My Restaurant website here


This luxurious Argentinian steakhouse on the corner of Colmore Row and Church Street is maintaining 2m distancing between tables in its stylish dining room to give diners peace of mind. Order juicy steaks at a fraction of the normal price or try the Sunday roast of beef sirloin with roast potatoes and unlimited Yorkshire puds. Book a table at the Gaucho website here


Nosh on Indian street food at boutique kitchen cafe Indico at the Mailbox. Enjoy a range of chaats and curries or tantalise your tastebuds with a tandoori or thali with your discount. Enjoy escaping into Indico’s relaxed, bright atmosphere. Find out more at Indico website here

The Ivy

Step into the decadence of The Ivy Temple Row to take in stunning art nouveau style décor while enjoying a discount on all its menus including full a la carte, vegetarian & vegan. The Ivy team has even created a new bespoke set menu offering two courses for £30 or three for £35, before the Eat Out to Help Out discount is applied. Mouth-watering dishes include crispy duck salad, roast beef fillet and The Ivy’s infamous melting chocolate bombe. Book a table at The Ivy website here


This stylish Italian restaurant in Oozells Square has an expansive all-weather outdoor terrace, ideal for those who want to maintain social distancing with fresh air while they eat. Use your discount to plump for a range of high-quality Italian dishes prepared in an open kitchen. Find out more at Piccolino’s website here


Get an even bigger discount at this new Indian eatery as Dishoom is giving a full 50% off with no £10 cap. Paying homage to the old Irani cafés that once lined Mumbai, this café at One Chamberlain Square serves comfort food, cocktails and chai cooked in Hindu, Muslim, Irani and Parsi traditions. Munch on dishes from breakfast to evening inside or on the outdoor terrace. Specials include Mutton Chaap Korma, Biryanis or famous grills of Colaba. Book at the Dishoom website here

Chez Mal Brasserie

Dine in style at Malmaison’s sophisticated restaurant at the front of the Mailbox. Maybe it’s a special occasion or you just want to bag that bargain to experience the distinctive atmosphere and menu that ranges from a light lunch to Sunday roast and wholesome dinners. Book a table at the Malmaison website here


The new Craft restaurant is taking part in the scheme on Wednesdays, offering their set menu from £20, Afternoon Tea/ Garden Picnic for £15, or diners can enjoy their yummy meat or cheese platters from £8.75. Book at table at the Craft website here


Now is the perfect time to dine in style at Michelin starred restaurant Opheem, who are taking part in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme. Ran by Aktar Islam, expect to be spoilt for choice with their special menu offering a delicious range of dishes that will leave your mouth-watering. Book at table at the Opheem website here

Kuula Poke

Perfect to treat yourself on your lunch break, or a healthy lunch date with your friends, Kuula Poke is taking part in the scheme Monday-Wednesday with their popular salad bar and delightful Poke bowls.


Enjoy Tattu’s beautiful, stylish interior and their signature dishes for less with the scheme. Participating Monday-Wednesday Tattu will be open for business as usual allowing guests to dine in style and enjoy up to £10 off per person. Book a table at the Tattu website here

Resorts World

Visit Resorts World from Monday to Wednesday and you’ll find a range of restaurants offering the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, giving 50% off food and soft drinks up to a maximum of £10 per person. 

Treat yourself to a romantic meal at Miller and Carter or try something spicier and head to local independent restaurant Vietnamese Street Kitchen with its array of street food style snacks. There’s everything from steamed bao buns to summer rolls, larger hot bowls of pho (hot noodle soup) and banh mi, a form of filled baguette dating back to the French colonial era. 

Sky By The Water

Sky By The Water rooftop bar and restaurant is back open serving classic comfort food with a contemporary twist with new post-lockdown safety conditions. Revel at being able to dine out again while gazing over stunning lakeside views and make the most of the Eat Out To Help Out offer.

Dishes from the new summer menu include corn-fed crispy chicken with truffle mushroom risotto, slow-cooked pork belly with crispy bacon, colcannon potatoes and slow-cooked beef. To book click here

Other Birmingham restaurants participating in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme include: The Plough Harborne, Baked In BrickZen MetroChakanaIndian StreateryMing MoonArch 13Laghi’s DeliMarco Pierre WhiteRudy’s Pizza, Bank RestaurantSabai SabaiCosy ClubAsha’sMedicine BakeryTamatangaIndico Street KitchenSt Pauls HouseTim HortonsThe Physician1565 Bar & Terrace , Pulperia, The Canal House and so many more…

So what are you waiting for? Get booking now and support Birmingham this August